Q: I am trying to access PDF files from the website “snarescience.com”. Every time I try to open it, my window closes and Internet Explorer 7 tells me that a program has caused a problem. I’ve used this before, but not on this computer. HP Laptop with windows 7.
Q: I use Internet Explorer 7 at work because I cannot use Internet Explorer 8. The problem is that the browser always shuts down when I use any drop down ALL and ANY drop down menu. What can be done to fix?
Q: Before today when I open a new tab in IE 7 the new tab opens with a page showing about 9 thumbnail windows of the most recently opened pages and to the right of that a list of the most recently opened pages and another of recently closed pages.
Today when I open a new tab the page is “You’ve opened a new tab” with information and links about Tabbed Browsing.
How do I restore the settings so that it will show the most recently opened pages? I have not changed any settings with my knowledge.
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Q: I am using Windows XP IE7. I use Bitdefender and it ran updates last night. Now my IE7 toolbar is hidden. I tried ALT and it didn’t work. Neither did F11. I can’t use the TOOL button which is suggested at times, because it is on the toolbar that I cannot see. I don’t have the gold star nor anything else showing.
Q: I want to set yahoo as my primary email on Internet Explorer 7. I have downloaded yahoo messenger and it is suppose to put yahoo mail in the list for email. That is under Internet options, and then programs. Yahoo mail does not show up. I have tried this before and it worked, but does not now. How come I cannot get this to work?
Q: I have Windows XP Home Edition and Internet Explorer 7. My question is this: How do I unhide the Menu Bar in Internet Explorer 7, so that I can see File, Edit, Tools, Favorites and the other options that were on top in earlier versions of Internet Explorer?
A: Microsoft has begun hiding the Menu Bar in popular programs such as Windows Media Player and Internet Explorer, and has removed the Menu Bar entirely from Microsoft Word 2007 and some other software. In Internet Explorer 7, you can unhide the Menu Bar by going to the upper-right corner and single left-clicking on the Tools button. Then put a checkmark next to the Menu Bar option.
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Q: Internet Explorer 7.0.5730.11 and Microsoft Outlook 2002 10.6822.6830 SP3 keep crashing. Is it because I am running Windows XP Home Edition 2002 SP3 on a computer with an Intel Pentium 4 CPU 1700 MHz 1.70 GHz 384 MG of RAM? I’m afraid that my motherboard is not powerful enough and that I don’t have enough memory to run the software I have. I’m also afraid that I need to upgrade to Outlook 2007 as well as upgrade my motherboard. Thanks.
A: Hello! It seems like you are having a compatibility issue between Internet Explorer and Spybot. (I am assuming you are running Spybot, as your symptoms are exactly those caused by incompatibility between the two programs.)
This behavior is actually a “feature” of SDHelper. Basically Spybot is trying to block websites that it deems risky. The software is trying to prevent you from visiting any sites that could potentially infect your machine with malware, spyware, all of that bad stuff.
To change the behavior, you can configure Spybot in Internet Explorer. Simply access Tools, Spybot S&D Configuration, selecting “blocking confirmation.” This will set Internet Explorer to ask you about blocking sites rather than simply shutting down your browser and Outlook.
If you would rather not have SDHelper running at all (this will stop the blocked site notifications) you can disable it. To do so, access Spybot S&D, Advanced Mode, Tools, Resident. Here you can disable the Helper. Once you have done this, you will need to restart Internet Explorer to see the results.
Another thing I would be certain to do is notify Microsoft about the behavior. Since you are using SP3, which is still in Beta testing, you will want to inform them of the issue just in case it has something to do with the service pack.
I hope this information helps! Thanks!